Request class

Lync 2013

Represents SIP requests.

The Request class defines a SIP request sent from a client transaction to a server transaction.

Client transactions are represented as a ClientTransaction object, and server transactions are represented as a ServerTransaction object. A request is sent by calling the SendRequest(Request) method. Any transaction may have only one associated request.

Requests are proxied by calling the CreateBranch() and creating an associated ClientTransaction object for the proxied request. To fork a request, call ServerTransaction.CreateBranch once for each fork, and then call ClientTransaction.SendRequest on each element in the BranchCollection found at Branches.

To generate a response message for a request, call CreateResponse() on the associated Request object. Populate the Response message with the proper status class and reason phrase, and then pass it to SendResponse(Response), by using the ServerTransaction object for the initial request.

When a response is returned for a specific request, a ResponseReceived event is raised on the ClientTransaction object that sent the request, and a ResponseReceivedEventArgs object is supplied to the method that is provided to the ResponseReceivedEventHandler delegate.


Namespace:  Microsoft.Rtc.Sip
Assembly:  ServerAgent (in ServerAgent.dll)

public class Request : Message

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.